McKenzie Tank Lines Inc.

By: Bubbajunk.com

McKenzie Tank Lines Inc. was incorporated 50 years ago, the company-treasured founder Guy McKenzie, Sr., the company started with just a few tractors and trailers, the company transported fuel and other materials in North Florida.

Presently, McKenzie Tank Lines is operates a fleet of over 500 tractors and 1,000 trailers, with a crew of over 800 members.  The company utilizing a modern network center located in Tallahassee, Florida, the company provides service from over 30 locations 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. McKenzie operates a diversified fleet-serving customer across the U.S. and Canada, while providing indirect service into Mexico through a business partner.

The company fleet includes stainless steel, high pressure, aluminum, dry bulk, and specialized tanks as well as vans. McKenzie Tank Lines also offer custom fabrication of stainless steel trailers built to customer specifications. Their marketing department is dedicated and committed to optimizing ways to serve customer better. They continually seek opportunities to provide customer transportation needs in the most efficient and cost effective way possible. The company struggles for reasonable pricing and aggressively seeks new markets.

The company has developed strategies to improve their Backhaul Program. This allows them to use their resources in a way in which can serve you better at the lowest possible cost. CarrierÂâ€Ã¢„¢s parties to this tariff will make diligent effort to provide tank trailers or tank vehicles that are reasonably clean. The carriers will, at their expense, rough lean the interiors of all such Trailers or vehicles prior to acceptance thereof pursuant to shipping orders received from Shipper. The term rough clean means that such vehicles will be water rinsed or water washed.

The company struggles to build a long-term relationship with their customers.  This enables both partners to share in the economic benefits and trusts established by a continued relationship. McKenzie employs a full-time Director of Safety and four full-time Area Safety Supervisors. Their each safety supervisor is required to spend a substantial amount of time observing their drivers on the road and at customer locations.